The Ishi Calendar—2015 Wall Calendar Daily Planner, with 12 Unique Colorful Photo Images

2015 is just around the corner!  Can you believe it!!  I have just issued my new Ishi Calendar for 2015 and it is available, now, in my Ishi Gallery shop on Etsy!  There are 12 beautiful and unique color photo images for each month of the year. The images are 8.5 X 11 inches and the calendar opens up to 11 X 17 inches, with date spaces for each day of the month, and room to write notes and appointments. It is heavy weight, glossy card stock paper, that is spiral bound.  The still life and landscape images are photographs that have been taken by me, Delores Malcomson. Most of them feature my artistic, painted rock or gourd creations, in complementary compositions. A unique calendar would make a great gift for her, or for him.  To see the Calendar section, in my Gallery, click on this link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/IshiGallery section_id=12279747&ref=shopsection_leftnav_10

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VP Ishi Calendar Feb cropped dark contrast lighterTo see this calendar, click on any of the photos or click on this link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/200736800/2015-wall-calendar-daily-planner-with-12?ref=shop_home_active_4 

 

 

For artsy homes

Capture For Artisty Homes

Aniko and Magda, of Yanikoart shop on Etsy, curated this sophisticated and artistic Treasury Collection of unique art works and creations offered for sale on Etsy.  Click on the link, below, and that will take you to the Treasury; and, then, click on each photo, which will take you to its’ listing, to learn more about it, and to see more photos, too! https://www.etsy.com/treasury/NDg4MzY5ODB8MjcyNDA4MTM5Mw/for-artsy-homes

I am so pleased that my unique art work has been included in this wonderful Treasury.  The design of this rock art piece is one of my favorites.  It can be displayed in several directions and with each turn of position it looks like a different art piece.  You can see more photos, and the listing, by clicking on this link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/22224136/3-d-art-object-unique-hand-painted-rock?ref=tre-2724081393-1 

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recessive

Just look at this flower, it is just beautiful! The colors are magnificent. Spring is coming!!

a north east ohio garden

this is a first generation cross.  14-143 11-1107-C x Pigment Of Imagination.  translation a seedling 11-1107-C that at the moment is mostly nameless.  and a cross with a color changing flower Pigment of Imagination.  the color changing is recessive.  it there is another seedling from this cross the recessive trait might be brought out by a sibling cross.  patience grasshopper.  when you can snatch the seeds from my hand plant them and see what happens.  three images…

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Can you have it all?

I am reposting this in the hopes that some of you, who are working/career mothers, will have some advice for this dedicated mother.

Ava Antoinette

Did anyone watch ‘The replacement’ on BBC last month? It was a three part thriller about maternity leave, and promised to explore ‘the darker side of working woman, motherhood and the issues that arise from making “the right choice”. It was brilliant, tense,  but disappointed me at the end when the lead character appeared to have given up her career in order to stay at home, after defending her position as a working mother throughout the whole drama. I felt a bit cheated, and disappointed that the writers had deemed that the only way the character could bond and cope with motherhood (she appeared to have problems in previous episodes with this) was to give up her job.

Now, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with either staying at home, working, or anywhere in between. Whatever works, works. But it did get me thinking, CAN you have it all?

I went back…

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One Courageous Man Who Is Fighting For The Rights Of The Innocent

It is amazing that we are so concerned about animal rights and will fight for them to live and not suffer, but, we just blindly accept the tortuous death of babies growing in their mother’s wombs. Here is one man who is pleading for these innocent ones.  Watch and listen as he makes his case.